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Uber has released yet another product called "UberCommute," which is specifically geared for drivers going to certain locations who want to split the cost of the trip.


If autonomous vehicles really change the auto industry as much as some people predict, BMW and Mercedes-Benz might transform into ridesharing companies to challenge Uber.


Californian Uber drivers may have won class action status in a lawsuit, but Uber isn't about to let this decision go without a fight


The new smartphone app Arro allows traditional cab drivers in the Big Apple to challenge Uber. The service lets users hail a taxi and pay for it from their phone without ever having surge pricing.


Uber's rapid ascent is only going to continue, according to company data for investors obtained by Reuters. The ridesharing service predicts bookings to triple in 2015 and 2016, and an IPO might be on the way in that time.


Uber Xchange Will Let You Lease A Car From The App Company

Uber announces Xchange, a car-leasing program for people who want to be Uber drivers.


Turns out, when you use Uber and see those little cars on the app, they're not all actually there.


The Attorney General of Massachusetts is asking Lyft and Uber just how accommodating they are to disabled passengers.


The California Public Utilities Commission slapped Uber with a $7.3 million fine and ordered its suspension after it failed to meet the state's reporting requirements.


In a speech on the US economy, Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks out against companies that use contracted workers instead of actual employees.


A recent article argues six reasons why ridesharing services like Uber need to change to avoid being a damaging force in the future of transportation.


Bridj combines the app-based on-demand transit of Uber with the lower fares of shared service, and it's expanding from Boston into Washington, DC.


Uber, Lyft And Other Ridehailing Apps Could Add $50 Million A Year To State Coffers

Nevada state lawmakers make a deal to regulate Uber and other ridehailing companies. They're now "transportation network companies.


A Kansas law puts greater restrictions on Uber drivers, including the requirement to carry $1 million insurance when there's a fare in the vehicle. In response, the ridesharing app is no longer available in the market.


'Thousands Of iPhones' Confiscated By The Authorities


Bill Would Require $1 Million In Liability Insurance For Each Ride

A new bill filed by Massachusetts governor Baker would force companies like Lyft and Uber to conduct background checks and carry insurance.


Oklahoma's HB 1614 would allow ridesharing companies to operate in the state, but a new amendment would also allow discrimination of gay customers.


Uber is showing that the ride service can make the roads safer with Uber Safe in Canada. A sidewalk breathalyzer offers free shuttles to those who are too drunk to drive.


Lyft and Uber are spending more than $1 million on lobbyists to change the rules and so they can operate in Texas without as many restrictions.


'Surge Pricing' Impacting Normal Cab Schedules

Some taxi drivers In Columbus, OH are finding ways to drive for Uber as well as their traditional cab companies.


Uber offices in The Netherlands are raided twice in a week when the ridesharing company ignores a Dutch judge's order to shut down its UberPOP service.

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